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Shovel Creek Fire July 17 8am Update: Shovel Creek Fire Community Meeting Scheduled for Thursday

Watch videos and fire footage at the Shovel Creek Fire YouTube channel: https://bit.ly/2L4Qc7M Current Statistics: Size: 21,298 acres      Containment: 45%       Personnel: 507    Start Date: June 21, 2019       Cause: Lightning Yesterday, aerial resources took advantage of the clear skies to complete more detailed mapping over the fire area. With the better mapping of the fire perimeter, the […]

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Shovel Creek Fire: July 16th Briefing Highlights from the Front Row

 If you prefer you can watch this video on  YouTube. To watch fireline and aerial footage of the fire subscribe to our YouTube Channel: https://bit.ly/2L4Qc7M Size: 23,948 acres  Containment: 40%   Personnel: 528    Start Date: June 21, 2019  Cause: Lightning The Northern Rockies Type 2 Incident Management Team, led by Incident Commander Bob Fry, assumed command of the Shovel Creek […]

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Shovel Creek Fire July 16 8am Update: Mop-up operations continue on the Shovel Creek Fire

Watch videos and fire footage at the Shovel Creek Fire YouTube channel: https://bit.ly/2L4Qc7M Current Statistics: Size: 23,948 acres      Containment: 40%       Personnel: 528      Start Date: June 21, 2019       Cause: Lightning The Northern Rockies Type 2 Incident Management Team, led by Incident Commander Bob Fry, assumed command of the Shovel Creek Fire at 6PM last night. The team […]

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Shovel Creek Fire: Aerial Overview of the Perimeter with Successful Transfer of Command

If you prefer to watch on YouTube click here: Subscribe to the Shovel Creek Fire Videos Channel For Insider Aerial and Fireline Videos – Channel https://bit.ly/2L4Qc7M #ShovelCreekFire Sit in the helicopter and tour the fire perimeter and key landmarks. Current Statistics: Acres: 23,984 Personnel: 524 Containment: 40% On behalf of Incident Commander Rob Allen and the entire […]

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Live Update: “Breaking it Down” – Shovel Creek Fire Saturday, July 13th 2019 Update

If you prefer to watch on YouTube click here: Subscribe to the Shovel Creek Fire Videos Channel For Insider Aerial and Fireline Videos – Channel https://bit.ly/2L4Qc7M Update – Saturday, July 13th @ 8:00 am Rob Allen, Incident Commander Size: 23,734 acres      Containment: 30%     Personnel: 621     Start Date: June 21, 2019       Cause: Lightning Yesterday, rain throughout […]

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Shovel Creek Fire July 13th 2019 Briefing Highlights from the Front Row

 If you prefer you can watch this video on  YouTube. To watch fireline and aerial footage of the fire subscribe to our YouTube Channel: https://bit.ly/2L4Qc7M Size: 23,734 acres      Containment: 30%       Personnel: 621       Start Date: June 21, 2019       Cause: Lightning Yesterday, rain throughout the fire area dampened fire behavior providing a break in fire growth. Crews […]

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Shovel Creek Fire July 13th 8am Update:Rain Dampened Fire Behavior & Crews Make Progress with Mop-up

Watch videos and fire footage at the Shovel Creek Fire YouTube channel: https://bit.ly/2L4Qc7M Current Statistics: Size: 23,734 acres      Containment: 30%       Personnel: 621      Start Date: June 21, 2019       Cause: Lightning Yesterday, rain throughout the fire area dampened fire behavior providing a break in fire growth. Crews continued to make progress with mop-up operations on the western and […]

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Shovel Creek Fire:Evacuation Level Reduction Update-July 12

–Evacuation Levels Reduced– Firefighters have successfully connected line from Old Murphy Dome Rd to the Chatanika River. As mop up continues along the fire perimeter coupled with higher humidity and rain, the Pacific Northwest Team 2, managing the fire, has recommended that the Fairbanks North Star Borough reduce evacuation levels. The neighborhoods that have previously […]

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Shovel Creek Fire July 12th 2019 Briefing Highlights from the Front Row

 If you prefer you can watch this video on  YouTube. To watch fireline and aerial footage of the fire subscribe to our YouTube Channel: https://bit.ly/2L4Qc7M Size: 23,734 acres      Containment: 15%       Personnel: 739      Start Date: June 21, 2019       Cause: Lightning Firefighters continued to hold and secure the southern and eastern perimeter of the fire line along Old […]

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Live Update: “Breaking it Down” – Shovel Creek Fire Friday, July 12th 2019 Update

If you prefer to watch on YouTube click here: Subscribe to the Shovel Creek Fire Videos Channel For Insider Aerial and Fireline Videos – Channel https://bit.ly/2L4Qc7M Update – Friday, July 12th @ 8:00 am Rob Allen, Incident Commander Size: 23,734 acres   Containment: 15%    Personnel: 739   Start Date: June 21, 2019       Cause: Lightning Firefighters continued to hold and […]

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